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Magnetization Direction

Magnetization Direction The magnetization occurs during the process of shaping the magnet, this means there is no magnet without this step. Below you will find information about the magnetization of our magnets according to their form: Disc neodymium magnets About 95% of our discmagnets are axially magnetized. That is to say the magnetic poles are [...]

All About Magnets

All About Magnets Magnet Glossary Magnetism is a broad and well-researched science with a language of its own. Our magnet glossary, culled from respected resources around the internet, is your one-stop shop for clear definitions of key magnet terminology. Bookmark it or print it out and keep it close to help when you get stumped [...]

New Products AlNiCo Multi-pole Rotor Magnet For Sale

New Products AlNiCo Multi-pole Rotor Magnet For Sale by HSMAG Multi-pole AlNiCo Rotor Magnet inclued 2-pole, 4-poles, 6-poles, 8-poles ... ... Alnico rotor magnets are designed with multiple poles; each pole alternates in polarity. The hole in the rotor is designed for mounting onto shafts. They are excellent for use in synchronous motors, dynamos and [...]

SIX Things to Know About Magnets

SIX Things to Know About Magnets Almost everyone knows these six basic facts about how magnets behave: 1, A magnet has two ends called poles, one of which is called a north pole or north-seeking pole, while the other is called a south pole or south-seeking pole. 2, The north pole of one magnet attracts [...]

Smartphone Magnetometers

Smartphone Magnetometers - How do smartphones work out what direction they are pointing? Magnetic and gravity field sensors located within your phone. 1. Magnetic and gravity field sensors located within your phone. Smartphone Magnetometers TrueNorth2 Using GPS coordinates of the phone location and a global map of declination angle the required correction angle [...]

Magnetic Poles

There are different ways of defining magnetic poles. The most common understanding is that they are the positions on the Earth's surface where the geomagnetic field is vertical. These poles are called dip poles, and the north and south dip poles do not have to be (and are not now) antipodal. In principle the dip [...]